Definitions

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  • n. A substituent oxygen atom connected to another atom by a double bond
  • n. the game noughts and crosses

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Reverte ™ process which is called oxo-biodegrading is triggered by moisture, some heat and UV light.

    MMD Newswire: Press Release News Wire

  • Planet Green Bottle Corp. is negotiating to acquire proprietary additives defined as oxo-biodegradable technology that, triggered by oxygen and UV light

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Planet Green Bottle Corp. is negotiating to acquire proprietary additives defined as oxo-biodegradable technology that, triggered by oxygen and UV light (sunlight), can cause the

    MMD Newswire: Press Release News Wire

  • Love heals ALL wounds! oxo Anne and Mike from Seattle

    subir - French Word-A-Day

  • Could it be that the mais comes from a reluctance to get involved with what is now a burgeoning reputation as a serial shagger? oxo |

    sunday

  • Paris - Lisbon, about 1450km, as the love-bird flies. oxo |

    flush

  • I take your point and will fade away now, except for …. .appearances are everything. oxo |

    sunday

  • Oh – unless you are working on Volume II: - O oxo |

    abduction

  • You can disagree with anything I write, but to start name calling is pathetic. oxo |

    sunday

  • One day you will appreciate the true power of the force. oxo |

    snap

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  • oxo
    Pronunciation:
    \?äk-(?)s?\
    Function:
    adjective
    Etymology:
    ox-
    Date:
    circa 1926

    : containing oxygen

    June 25, 2009

  • A beef stock cube

    July 22, 2008